How to watch Florida State football

Florida State University’s football team, the Seminoles, has faced its struggles in recent times. Despite winning multiple national championships along with division and conference titles, the Seminoles have lost several prominent players. And fans were sad to see their team lose once again last season, meaning the Seminoles are potentially going to end up with their worst record since the 1970s.

But with a new season on the horizon, there is hope that their fortune could change. If you’re looking to stream every Florida State football game this season, read on for all the streaming service tips you need to know about.

What channels show Florida State Seminoles football games?

Watching the Florida State Seminoles football games is pretty easy. The team appears on several major networks: ABC, ACC Network, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNews, FOX Sports 1, NBC, and SEC Network.

Seeing as there are so many channels to choose from, you won’t find it too difficult to find a suitable live TV streaming service. But if you want the best of the best, try YouTube TV. It offers every single one of the aforementioned networks in its single package and comes with rare features like unlimited storage space for recordings.

Streaming Florida State Seminoles football live without cable

 fuboTVHulu + Live TVSling TVYouTube TVAT&T TV
ABC 
ACC Network+$15
ESPN
ESPN2
ESPNEWS+$7.99+$15
FOX Sports 1 
NBC 
SEC Network+$15

How to watch Florida State Seminoles football on Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV is just one of the streaming services that includes every single Florida State football network. And as the platform only offers a single live TV package, you won’t have to decide which plan to opt for. The current offering costs $64.99/mo. for 65+ networks and countless top-notch on-demand titles. It’s ideal for sports-lovers as there are plenty more sports to watch, including college basketball and NASCAR racing. 

When it comes to cloud DVR, users can expect 50 hours. But if you need a little extra space for all those football games and analysis shows, this can be boosted to 200 hours for an additional $9.99/mo. You’ll also get 2 simultaneous streams included for free and, again, can upgrade this to unlimited at-home streaming for a further $9.99/mo. Or why not combine the 2 upgrades for the discounted price of $14.99/mo. With a 7-day free trial, you don’t even have to decide before paying out.

Check out our review on Hulu + Live TV for more information.

How to watch Florida State Seminoles football on fuboTV

All of the networks that broadcast the Seminoles football games are available via fuboTV’s standard package, except 1. To access ESPNews, you’ll have to pay an additional $7.99/mo. for the Extra add-on. This comes with around 35 more channels than the $64.99/mo. basic Family plan, such as ESPNU, Stadium, and out-of-market content from ACC Network and SEC Network. Of course, you may not need extra channels as the Family package already has more than 100 to keep you satisfied.

Plus, it comes with 250 hours of cloud DVR. For even more sports content and 1,000 hours of recording space, subscribe to the $79.99/mo. Elite package. (There’s also a $29.99/mo. Spanish-language option to choose from.

fuboTV is also renowned for its ability to stream live sports in the highest resolution that exists, 4K, and for its features that allow you to restart live games from the beginning, no matter what time you sit down to watch them. A 7-day free trial is available.

How to watch Florida State Seminoles football on YouTube TV

With more than 85 major networks and unlimited DVR storage, YouTube TV is a win-win for mega Seminoles fans. It has every single network that airs Florida State football games, as well as the likes of CBS Sports Network, NBC Sports Network, and professional league networks. The price? Just $64.99/mo.

YouTube TV has also designed an interface and features, just for the sports-obsessed. Use the service’s Views filters to catch important stats in real time, overall league scores, or replays that just can’t be missed. You can do this without missing a second of a live game, too, and don’t even have to worry about seeing spoilers. To try all of this out for free, YouTube TV offers a rather generous 2-week trial.

How to watch Florida State Seminoles football on Sling TV

Slimline live TV service Sling TV is renowned for its cheaper packages. But only one package is suitable for those who want to watch the Florida State Seminoles. Sling Orange costs just $35/mo. for over 30 networks, including ESPN and ESPN2. You can also access ACC Network, ESPNews, and SEC Network for an extra $15/mo. via the service’s Sports Extra add-on. And if you want to be able to watch FOX and NBC, too, you’ll have to invest in the Sling Orange + Blue plan for $50/mo.

Users receive only 10 hours of storage space for recordings. However, this can be easily upgraded to 50 hours for an extra $5/mo. 

Check out our review on Sling TV for more information.

How to watch Florida State Seminoles football on AT&T TV

If you want to ensure you never miss a Seminoles game, opt for AT&T TV’s $84.99/mo. Choice package. It comes with more than 90 networks and even gives you access to regional sports networks and the 2020-21 NBA League Pass Premium. (If you want to opt for the service’s cheaper $69.99/mo. Entertainment plan, be prepared to lose out on ACC Network, ESPNews, and SEC Network.) 

AT&T TV offers something slightly different from other services. While you can stream its content via the usual devices like Apple and Android, you can also pay $120 for a special AT&T TV device. It houses thousands of apps and can be controlled by your voice, thanks to Google Assistant integration. Don’t want to drop over $100 upfront? There’s also the option to pay $5/mo. for 24 months. Unfortunately, there’s no free trial. But as long as you cancel and return any equipment within 14 days, you can receive a full refund.

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